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Reunited at last with her husband Ross, Marlette faced another raw, savage westward journey to the untamed Oregon Territory. A legend on the frontier, only Ross could guide the wagon train that was taking them across the vast, unmapped continent. Born white, but raised as a mighty Sioux warrior, his desire for the golden-haired Marlette had taken him from his Indian people and left his soul divided. Now together, Ross and Marlette faced the unknown terrors of this great trek west...and a stirring destiny that would test the love and courage of both...
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Kay McDonald was born and raised in Salem, Oregon. She graduated from North Salem High School and Famous Writers School. She worked for Pacific NW Bell and Paradise Island Mobile Park. She married husband Norman L. McDonald in 1955 and has two children. She is a member of Western Writers of America, Women Writing the West and Authors Guild.Review:
"Kay McDonald did a brilliant job of showing Indian-reared Ross's conflict between love for his life and a free-roving existence." --Jeanne Williams
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Book Description Books In Motion, 2009. Condition: New. Read by Laurie Klein (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M1605483435